Atsushi Narisada
Atsushi Narisada
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Saint Mary's University
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Underpaid but satisfied: The protective functions of security
A Narisada, S Schieman
Work and Occupations 43 (2), 215-255, 2016
In control or fatalistically ruled? The sense of mastery among working Canadians
S Schieman, A Narisada
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 51 (4), 343-374, 2014
Socioeconomic Status and the Relationship Between Under-Reward and Distress: Buffering-Resource or Status-Disconfirmation?
A Narisada
Social Justice Research 30 (3), 191-220, 2017
Job pressure, the work-family interface, and the sense of distributive injustice: an elaboration of work-related inputs among twenty-first century workers
A Narisada
Social Psychology Quarterly 83 (2), 107-128, 2020
A less objectionable greed? Work-life conflict and unjust pay during a pandemic
S Schieman, A Narisada
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 71, 100564, 2021
“A Quintessentially American Thing?” The Unexpected Link between Individualistic Values and the Sense of Personal Control
A Narisada, S Schieman
Society and Mental Health 6 (3), 147-167, 2016
Underpaid Boss: Gender, Job Authority, and the Association Between Underreward and Depression
S Schieman, CJ Taylor, A Narisada, T Pudrovska
Work and Occupations 47 (1), 44-82, 2020
The social antecedents and consequences of the sense of distributive injustice
A Narisada
PQDT-Global, 2019
Downloaded Work, Sideloaded Work, and Financial Circumstances: The Contemporary Worker’s Experience of Equity and Need Principles
A Narisada, PJ Badawy, S Schieman
Social Justice Research 34 (2), 146-172, 2021
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